Orem’s Self-Care Theory: A Critical Theory to Tanzania Nurses in the Wake of COVID-19

Guest author: Katunzi Mutalemwa with Rosemary Eustace see also Practice Exemplar Self-Care Theory in Tanzania Self-care is an integral part of nursing care delivery systems. Pioneered by Dr. Dorothea Orem, the self-care theory offers nurses with unique opportunities for health promotion, disease prevention and rehabilitation care worldwide. Self-care supportive-educative strategies through health promotion and prevention … Continue reading Orem’s Self-Care Theory: A Critical Theory to Tanzania Nurses in the Wake of COVID-19

Satori – Japanese Nurses Visualize a Path to Meaningful Practice: Report from the Newman Theory/Research/Practice Society in Japan

What is meaningful practice? How might we create a meaningful care environment? The Newman Theory/Research/Practice Society in Japan sent the Nursology.net team an update on their efforts to provide transformative nursing theory-guided care for patients in Japan, and a mutual action research process they created for nursing teams to reflect on meaningful practice and shape … Continue reading Satori – Japanese Nurses Visualize a Path to Meaningful Practice: Report from the Newman Theory/Research/Practice Society in Japan

An Introduction to the Canadian Nursing Theories Perspective

In a previous blog, I admitted my ignorance of nursing science during both my early diploma nursing education, and at least the first 18 years of my nursing practice.  But in the mid 1980s, I became aware of an increasing trend in Toronto area hospitals to adopt nursing theoretical frameworks.  Long after the fact, I … Continue reading An Introduction to the Canadian Nursing Theories Perspective